02:46 - Fearmeister is death metal+ a new genre or something?
02:44 - !J.O.O.E.! I'm holding out for that Embrional record. Think it's defo gonna be a death metal+ record.
02:11 - Apothecary I do still probably prefer Emptiness, but it's nonetheless a great album in my book. Surprisingly groovy too. But you're probably right, I don't see anything touching the particular atmosphere of NBTW for a while
01:33 - !J.O.O.E.! Not in even in the same league if you ask me. That Emptiness record is pretty much a one off. That Desolate Shrine stuff is a dime a dozen quite frankly.
01:11 - Zaphod I've heard it but that's not even coming close in my book.
00:57 - Apothecary Dunno Zaph, that Desolate Shrine album is giving Emptiness a run for its money. You heard yet?
After the reissues of Septicflesh's classic first two albums Mystic Places Of Dawn (originally out in 1994) and Esoptron (1995), Season Of Mist will release a newly remastered version of the symphonic metallers' 1997 opus Ophidian Wheel. You can expect it to drop next October.
Ophidian Wheel will be available on October 25th in Europe and October 29th in North America on CD and various LP editions. It will also be enhanced with three previously unreleased bonus tracks and a brand new cover artwork designed by Septicflesh frontman Seth Siro Anton.